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BetaFPV Lite Brushed Flight Controller | Raptrc
BetaFPV Lite Brushed Flight Controller | Raptrc
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BetaFPV Lite Brushed Flight Controller


SKU: D8010

The world's first whoop FC with Silverware firmware.


The world's first FC board compatible with Silverware firmware. This must be the most simple and affordable method to try whoop FPV racing hobby.

Support level mode and acro mode. Also it has the ability to change settings for custom builds, or to adapt to personal preferences by stick gestures.

Designed to work with current Tiny Whoop or Blade Inductrix frames

Built in Bayang protocol native receiver, compatible with almost radio transmitter with deviation firmware or deviation compatible transmitter module

The flight controller board comes pre-flashed with Silverware firmware, and pre-soldered 55mm power cable pigtail with JST-PH 2.0 connector, AKA PowerWhoop connector.



CPU: STM32F030

Six-Axis: MPU6050

ESC: All FETs are rated at 6.3A maximum. Support 6x15mm/7x20mm/8x20mm/8.5x20mm etc motors.

Size: 26mm x 26mm, fully compatible with the Inductrix quad frame and mounting pattern

Firmware version: Silverware firmware

Receiver: Bayang protocol

Power Cable: 55mm, with JST-PH 2.0 connector, AKA PowerWhoop connector

Weight: 2.5g 


Silverware is a firmware for some micro quadcopters, which support level mode and acro mode. So you could use this on whoop FPV racing. Also it has the ability to change settings for custom builds, or to adapt to personal preferences. 

By default, Silverware use stick sequences, which also called gestures, to change modes, tune PIDs, calibrate accelerometer or save settings.

For example, with Frsky QX7 radio transmitter, change the FC's mode between level and acro. Just move the right stick as show below.

For all the gestures in Silverware, please Go to Basic User Manual in support freshdesk.


This board has 2 LEDs to indicate the status, including red LED ( at the front) and blue LED ( at the rear) . 


Currently the built-in receiver is compatible with Bayang protocol. Here is a listing of radio transmitter that could be compatible with this FC board.

BETAFPV TX01 radio transmitter

Radio transmitter of toy drone like JJRC H67, Eachine E011 etc, that using the Bayang protocol

Jumper T8SG radio transmitter

MTX-9D multiprotocol module (Suit for Frsky Tanaris QX7 X9D X9D Plus X12S, Flysky TH9X, Turnigy 9XR/9XR PRO)

Other 4in1 multiprotocol module that support the Bayang protocol

If not sure whether your radio transmitter could support this FC board, please email us ( [email protected]) for help.

For example, if you have a Frsky Tanaris QX7 / X9D radio transmitter and want to try this FC board, just plug in a MTX90 multiprotocol module and done.

Some pilots would complaint that it is definitely not a long range FC. It looses signal with my transmitter far too often and for what appears to be no reason. This issue is often caused by the location of the antenna. You should keep the antenna away from the FC board to get a stronger signal. For example, run the singal upwards. Thanks for Harley Finberg's advice.


1 * BETAFPV Lite brushed flight controller V1.0 ( 55mm PH-JST 2.0 power cable soldered)

4 * M1.2x4mm screws (Fit for stock Inductrix frame)

4 * M1.4x5mm screws (Fit for Beta75 etc 75mm frame)

4 * Anti-vibration ruber dampers


Go to BETAFPV Support Freshdesk for Lite Brushed Flight Controller